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CSPAN
Nov 22, 2009 6:30pm EST
standard contends the media at pact sarah palin excess of the. he argued that her personal life was unfairly targeted and that her words were, quote come spawn to distort her image. mr. continetti appear on c-span's washington journal where he took national phone calls. the program is 45 minutes. >> host: matthew continetti is here now and with sarah palin's book coming out tomorrow why did you decide to write a book called "the persecution of sarah palin"? >> guest: the decision of this came early this year. as i watched the press coverage of sarah palin unfold when she debuted on the national stage. i was amazed at some of the myths, exaggerations and distortions that were being told and some of our most established news media. people said she was a supporter of pat buchanan. she wasn't. people said she was a supporter of the alaska independence party. she wasn't a member. rumors about the maternity of her youngest child were circulated on the web. all of these rumors and lies i decided we should catalogue to show not only the fact of the smiths were propagated but also try to exp
CSPAN
Nov 23, 2009 5:30am EST
tonight, on "the communicator's." >> "washington journal" continues. host: with sarah palin's book coming out tomorrow, why did you decide to write a book called "the persecution of sarah palin "? guest: as i watched the press coverage unfold i was amazed at the myths and exaggerations' that were being told about her by some of our most established news media. people said that she was a supporter of pat buchanan. she was not. people said that she was a supporter of the alaska independence party. she was not a member. rumors about the maternity of her youngest child were circulated. all of these rumors and lies, i decided that we should catalog them to show that not only were all of these myths propagated, but also to try to explore the question of why. i think that why is the more interesting question. sarah palin has this unerring ability to summon up the worst feelings in her opponents. it is really quite amazing. host: what is that quality? why is that quality bear? why does it have the effect that it has? guest: personally i think that she represents most of the things that the
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2009 5:45pm EST
enthusiasm for sarah palin? >> well, because she stands for the values and the principles of what i believe in, smaller government, less taxes, strong military. and a big defender of the constitution. and she walks the talk, basically. she is one politician that walks the talk. >> will you be supporting her in 2012? >> i will be supporting her probably for the rest of my life. i'm just leave to be living to find to see a politician like this, to see a woman like this. >> what makes it different from other politicians? >> because she's not afraid to take on her own party. she's not afraid -- she's very -- she has impeccable integrity. she means what she says and does what she means. she's not afraid to bring down her own party or a she sees something that's wrong or corrupt she tackles that. and plus, she's not from inside the beltway. she's not been to d.c. she's just an unbelievable politician, somebody we haven't seen for it -- remember that movie mr. smith does to washington? while this is mrs. palin goes to washington. >> i know it, if there's something wrong inside the beltway,
FOX News
Nov 21, 2009 2:00pm EST
>> this week on the journal, editorial report, sarah palin's relaunch the former alaska governor reemerges on the national stage to mixed reviews. we'll have ours and a double-dip recession? president obama says it's a risk with rising debt so why is there talk of another multi-billion dollar stimulus and copenhagen's collapse, kyotkyoto's 2's bust, the global warming peaked? hello everyone welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm stuart varney in this week for paul gigot. the relaunch of sarah palin. the former alaskan governor and vice-presidential candidate took a book tour. fans hope it's the start of the 2012 presidential contest, whether or not she runs her populous appeal gives her enormous influence within the republican party. though she says the white house is not on her radar screen right now, she talked to fox's bill o'reilly, she thinks she has what it takes. >> do you believe that you are capable, could do the job of the president of the united states? >> i believe that i am, but that's not to say that i'm putting myself out there to campaign or anything else. >
FOX News
Nov 20, 2009 5:00am EST
to be louder and louder. bill: then bernie goldberg will analyze my interview with sarah palin and also respond to this. [ laughter ] >> [bleep] yourself. bill: that should be interesting. and what about the "newsweek" cover that sarah palin objects to? >> in the grand scheme of things, of course, things like that really don't amount to a hill of beans. bill: the culture warriors on that. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. why sarah palin matters. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. i'm going to keep it very short because we have a substantial interview with the governor this evening took us more than a year to get her on the factor. when she writes about the mccain campaign muzzling her in her new book i know it's true. no question sarah palin is a media star who commands attention wherever she goes. in today that is enough for her to build on
CSPAN
Nov 22, 2009 7:15pm EST
line. hello there. >> caller: hi. i am an independent, then one a long time. i think sarah palin was the brightest light in the republican campaign last year. it looks like jimmy our hero mccain was going into the dumps when she showed up. i think that the people are, you should've said another thing. very little chance i'd vote for her for president because we have enough people like bush and so forth and there. and she would be the extreme of that. the other part of it is that i think the republican party is really missing the boat by not sending a team they are to boom her because she shows things on tv that don't look good for her. some of the people, one of the earlier callers mentioned a sort of an image of shallowness. i don't see that. someone else said that people thought the world was to technocratic. in the boom booze where majority rules, that doesn't matter a whole lot. on the account of those laws, when you get enough phone booth, the people are thinking an awful lot like she thinks. >> host: thanks. final thoughts on where this is all going for sarah palin. >> guest: i
CSPAN
Nov 23, 2009 7:30am EST
, enjoy yourselves. >> i understand you came all the way from florida for this sarah palin book signing, can you explain why. >> yes, yes, for sure i did. i had to see this woman, who represents middle america. she's our voice. >> why is that, can you explain for about that. >> everything she says, pertains to the middle people, she is dynamic, she is for middle america. she is... knows the issues. and i think that she is going to represent us more than we apt. >> when you say middle america, what do you mean. >> just the commoners. people who don't know where to go, to get information. don't know where to go, to have representation. i think that she will be their voice. >> and did you vote for mccain-palin in '08. >> by all means, i did. i did. >> so why do you think they didn't win the election? >> i think there was too much outside influence and i don't think that she was given the opportunity. i think there were too many people that were strategizing and kept her from speaking out. >> a number of people i talked to seem to be upset about how she is treated by the media. would you ag
FOX News
Nov 19, 2009 10:00pm EST
see you back here tomorrow night. greta: tonight, former governor sarah palin enters the no spin zone. bill: what do you read? i say i read "the new york times," "washington post," i can reel them off in my sleep. you couldn't do it. >> well, of course i could. it's ridiculous to say that i couldn't tell people what i read. because by that point already, although it was relatively early in that multi-segmented interview with katie couric, it was quite obvious that it was going to be a bit of an annoying interview with a badgering of the questions. it seemed to me that she didn't know anything about alaska, about my job as governor, about my accomplishments as a mayor or a governor, my record. and a question like that, though, yeah, i booted it, i screwed up, i should have been more patient and more gracious in my answer. it seemed to me that the question was more along the lines of, do you read? greta: meanwhile, governor palin's whirlwind tour continues. huge crowds are turning out for the governor's book signings, and her book is selling like hotcakes. our correspondents is on the g
MSNBC
Nov 20, 2009 8:00pm EST
. >>> stranded at borders. sarah palin angers many of her most ardent fans in indianapolis, literally leaving them out in the rain without their books signed. and she's the gift that keeps on giving to the kings of late night. >> sarah palin says that she felt ambushed when katie couric asked her what newspaper she read. this coming from a woman who hunts wolves from a helicopter. >>> all that and more now on "countdown." >>> good evening from new york. i'm lawrence o'donnell in for keith olbermann. perhaps the biggest misconception to gain currency in this year's health care debate is never before has congress gotten this far in passing reform. looking ahead to tomorrow night's procedural vote in the senate, our fifth story on the "countdown," it is worth remembering that at this stage in 1994, there was no doubt hillary clinton's health care reform bill would get 60 votes in the senate to proceed to debate. it wasn't even a question. this time the majority leader is rolling the met for cal dice. senator harry reid scheduled a cloture vote on a motion to proceed to debate without bei
FOX News
Nov 18, 2009 8:00pm EST
trying to get a handle on the president of the united states. i have a handle on sarah palin. but i don't have a handle on obama. >> i have a theory. the theory comes from a brilliant guy. both basically talk about the idea of him being a post-american president. in other words he is the president the globe sent to be the president of the united states. like the british colonial empire. bill: not just running this country, he is running the world. >> he is running this country in the interest of the world. responding to what the world wants. when he is below 50% at this point. a poll in arkansas, blanche lincoln, one of the key votes. people in arkansas oppose this bill 28-64. when you tell people that lincoln might support the bill she goes from beating her democrat by two points to losing to him by 13. so he is absolutely trying to put a round peg in a square hole and it will be very, very hard or impossible to do it. bill: here is my last question. don't you think there is a method to his madness? do you think he is sitting there going i just want four years and one term. that is
CSPAN
Nov 29, 2009 11:00am EST
sarah palin book signing? doesn't have anything to do with us what shirt? >> reading to do with it and i went to some of the rally is and estate up all night to get the front row. >> how can you explain your enthusiasm for sarah palin? >> because she stands for the values and principles of what i believe them. less taxes come a strong military and sticking to the constitution. she walks the talk basically. she is the one politician that walks the top. >> will you support hurt in 2012? >> i will be supporting her the rest of my life. i am pleased to be living this long to see a woman politician like this. >> what makes her different than other politicians? >> she is not afraid to take on her own party she is full of integrity says what she means and not afraid to bring down her own party or if she sees something that is wrong or corrupt she tackles it plus she is not from inside the beltway and has not been to washington d.c.. she is unbelievable. a politician we have not seen. remember the movie "mr. smith goes to washington"? of this is mrs. palin goes to washington. >> is somethi
FOX News
Nov 16, 2009 10:00pm EST
hotcakes. former governor sarah palin cooks off her book tour. her book title is "blunt, going rogue." and today oprah winfrey gets the first interview -- you know, the one everyone, even those who deny it, but every interview that everyone wanted. governor palestinian answers oprah on whether -- governor sarah palin answers oprah when she asked if oprah snubbed her, and about her wardrobe, and oprah asks her whether she's planning to run for president in 2012 and so much more. >> let's talk about the interview with katie couric. >> must we? ok. [laughter] ok. >> you talked about it in the book, so i assume everything in the book is fair game. >> it is. >> you do say that it wasn't your best interview. do you think that was a seminal defining moment for you, that interview? >> i did not, and neither did the campaign. in fact, that is why segment two, three and four and maybe five were scheduled. the campaign said, right on, good, you're showing your independence, this is what america needs to see, and it was a good interview. and i'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview
MSNBC
Nov 24, 2009 6:00am EST
country are. there's an example of that in a completely different level. sarah palin. >> let me say one thing really quickly. he's not go iing to work with republicans. no, this is important. >> he's not. >> most republicans will not work with him, because they want to see him fail. i understand that. but that doesn't mean you don't get judd gregg in to work with you and a handful of republicans. >> i agree with that. i think that they have also been very difficult to work with. >> that's what i just said. >> that's fine. >> gregg hasn't been difficult to work with. he actually said he would support the first stimulus package. trust me. >> okay. >> he said he was in support of barack obama's first stimulus package and then barack obama decided to defer it to nancy pelosi. >> all right. well, i think in some ways republicans have been a little tough, too. >> i just said that. >> all right. i hear you on that. >> i said that with a smile. >> you did? are you sure? >> yeah. that smile. read the prompter. >> shall i move on now? >> whatever you want to do. >> great. >> this is so awkward. i
HLN
Nov 16, 2009 6:00am EST
its influence on other currencies. coming up at 9:15, a book talk about sarah palin. "washington journal"is next. . host: looks like a busy week with four health-care on the hill. what do you think of the prospects for the legislation? for democrats, 202-737-0002. for republicans, 202-737-0001. for independents, 202-628-0205. we will start things off this morning on the health care story. on our newsroom said, for republicans, 202-737-0001. -- on our news room set, ricardo alonso-zaldivar. when will the senate began debate and what is the holdup at this point? guest: we are expecting it to begin on tuesday. the holdup? there are many holdups. there is concern about the public plan. there are concerns about abortion. there are concerns about the affordability of the coverage that will be offered. you name it. concern aplenty. host: we understand that there will be in early key vote. how are they shaping up for possibly just going to the bill? starting debate. >> -- guest: the key is what the moderate and democratic party will do. there are a whole envelope moderates that hold the
ABC
Nov 17, 2009 6:00am EST
far from over. >> no doubt. >>> 6:07. >> later, sarah palin's life is an open book. you can pick it up on store shelves. >> the aftermath of the november nor'easter. high water threatens maryland homes. >> after some perfect days, we do have some changes coming our way. will talk about that after the way. will talk about that after the break. one taste and you'll understand. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee -- pick some up to brew at home. america runs on dunkin'. >>> i am major world fitzgerald with the salvation army. we need your support this holiday season so we can do the most good. good morning, washington! >>> some homes in calvert county remain in danger. rain washed away much of the beach. the homes are in danger of crumbling. residents piled sandbags around the homes to help border not damaged their foundation. >>> your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> let's check in with adam caskey in potomac, maryland, this morning. >> not a bad morning. a few degrees above average. i do not have the gloves on. we are 48 degrees in the cabin john shopping center. 48 in lees
CSPAN
Nov 19, 2009 11:00pm EST
>> right now on "showbiz tonight," hollywood at war over sarah palin. why hollywood is drawing a line in the sand over whether to support sarah. >> she would probably make an excellent host. >> she is a very boring person to me. >> at war over palin, "showbiz tonight" dares to ask, is levi johnston actually a bigger celebrity than sarah? >>> will donald trump save carrie prejean. is the former beauty queen reaching out for career advice to donald trump after her sex tape scandal? "showbiz tonight" investigates. the great debate after johnny depp is named people's sexiest man alive. why wasn't robert pattinson chosen. the shocking results of our poll. >>> i'm aj hammer broadcasting tonight and every night from new york city. >> i'm brooke anderson from hollywood and tonight, hollywood at war over sarah palin. >> "showbiz tonight" is revealing how much sarah palin is dividing hollywood as she storms the country on her tell all book tour. wait until you hear what martha stewart told us about palin. talk about a smack down. it was a brand-new jaw dropping revelation about sarah's arc
FOX News
Nov 13, 2009 5:00am EST
commander in the field there says we should. unbelievable. we'll have the latest. and then sarah palin, michele bachmann and other conservative women are really getting hammered by the liberal media culture warriors including bill: impact segment tonight, still no decision from president obama over whether to send more troops to afghanistan as requested. the mother of soldier killed in afghanistan is fed up. >> i pray for the leaders every day that they are guided to make good decisions. this is to the president of the united states. it is time, it is time to make a decision. bill: today we learn the u.s. ambassador to afghanistan doesn't want more troops. so chaos reigns. joining us now from washington former ambassador to the u.n. and author of the book the prosperity agenda. here in the k.t. mcfarland defense official in the reagan administration. you can debate policy. i sympathize because it is a very complicated situation. he doesn't want to get into another vietnam or even another iraq in the early stages. however, however, now you have abject chaos. the ambassador pitted against the top
ABC
Nov 15, 2009 10:30am EST
while you've have been gone, sarah palin has made a splash. there are excerpts out. she has some kind words for you in the book. she says, she was wrong to criticize you last year. for whining and now, she realized the media was biased talking about your candidacy and she goes on to say this, should secretary clinton and ever sit over a cup of coffee, i know that we will fundamentally disagree on many issues. lot of her supporters will prove that margaret thatcher proclaimed -- it sounds like she's fishing for a coffee date, is it going to happen? >> well, i have never met her. look, i would look forward to sit down and talk with her. obviously, we're going to hear a lot more from her in the upcoming weeks with her book coming out. i would look forward to having a chance to actually get to meet her. >> was the media fair to her? >> well, you know, george, i'll leave that for my book if i ever write another one. >> okay, i have one final question, mayor giuliani is following you in just a minute. he's been talking about running for governor for next year. lot of governors think you're
FOX News
Nov 17, 2009 8:00pm EST
genic, charming, front person. bill: why do so many left wing americans fear sarah palin? fear is the reason why she is attacked so viciously. crowley and colmes will analyze. >> their ratings are objectively without question, as you suggest, lower than they should be. i was partly to blame for that. bill: a liberal group says it got lou dobbs fired. is that true? we will talk with the southern poverty law center. >> there are political consequences. i will have to take my lumps to the extent those are sent my way. bill: a new poll says overwhelm overwhelmly americans object to can a lead sheik mohammed and other al qaeda thugs being tried in new york city. we will have the latest on that. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight, why the left fears sarah palin. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. governor palin and i talked on camera for about an hour th
FOX News
Nov 20, 2009 6:00am EST
maybe a year ago she should have had governor sarah palin on her show when she had a chance. brian: why? steve: because i think she did a lot of damage to the oprah brand by she looked partisan by not putting on sarah palin and, instead, trying to help her friend barack obama. anyway, when sarah palin was on the oprah show, her ratings were up 36%. but then the day after she appeared on oprah, ratings were down 32%. went up for the governor back down. gretchen: interesting thing is whether or not the palin camp and advisors would have allowed her to go on oprah because they did not allow her to go on bill o'reilly's show when she was campaigning that was revealed last night when she actually called bill o'reilly at home and said she really did want to come on his show but the advisors said she should not go on his show for some unknown reason. last night she did make an appearance in the no spin zone. bill really focused last night on the attacks that she had taken from the katie couric interview and whether or not john mccain had scolded her for the way she did that interview. tak
FOX News
Nov 12, 2009 9:00pm EST
to secrecy. >> it is tremendous. there's nobody in a party who is more popular than sarah palin is right now. sean: anybody else you see as a rising star? >> sure. you know, a number of the governors have been great. sean: there is no real leader. >> there shouldn't be. it is way too early, i think. sean: i would like to see the republicans doing contract with america. i want them to put their signature on a piece of paper and say, we're the party of fiscal responsibility, free- market solutions to health care. >> there are a lot of good ideas. i get this argument, republicans do not have good ideas about health care. i just had lunch with a senator from wyoming. he is a surgeon. jon kyl is one of the greatest man who has ever graced the halls of the president, as far as i'm concerned. sean: st. nicholas -- i thought he was called santa claus. >> he is a real guy. he is a great man, a man of faith. one quick story. around 380, i lost all of his fortune. he had three daughters. they could not get married. middle of the night, a guy drops a bag of gold through the window when he does
CSPAN
Nov 20, 2009 10:00am EST
says it will give the media a little bit of access to sarah palin's visit to ft. bragg on monday. she will be there to promote her new book. it had previously said it would not let crews in because it might turn into political grand standing against president obama. still supporters will not be able to ask palin any questions. >>> how a shot some of you might have gotten last year could be giving your bodies a fighting chance again the swine flu, come up. >>> hey, oprah winfrey fans, big news coming out this hour. she is set to officially announce she is ending her talk show. winfrey's last show will be in september of 2011, which means the show will have been on the air for 25 years. >> i don't think anyone can fill oprah's shoes. she has maintained such incredible integrity throughout her career. that's the thing i admire most about her and i'm really proud of her for that. >>> and the man accused of kidnapping a 5-year-old girl will be charged with murder and rape. marco mcneill will be in court today. police say she was the last person to see her alive. investigators think she was
ABC
Nov 16, 2009 6:00pm EST
>> sarah palin is back with her new book. president obama had a message about the freedom of speech during his visit today. plus, why these protesters were frustrated outside of goldman sachs today. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> this is abc 7 news at 6:00, "on your side." >>> it is already a big success, sarah palin's new book and there is speculations about a political future. >> she sat down with oprah today and now many people are wondering if she is just pushing her book or pushing her way to washington. >> political insiders note that her book tour stops looking lot like a political map. she is skipping the big book sales cities like washington, d.c., new york, and san francisco. in the interview, oprah asks her about her presidential plans and why she quit as governor. >> does that mean you are reloading for 2012? >> i am concentrating on 2010 and making sure we have issues tackled as americans to make sure -- >> are you thinking about it? >> no. >> voters were divided over 80 sarah palin presidency. >> if the guarantees a win for preside
CSPAN
Nov 29, 2009 8:00pm EST
look at sarah palin by two reporters who were in bed on the mccain palin campaign. scott conroy and shushannah walshe give anecdotes about the former alaska governor's return home from the campaign trail. borders bookstore in washington, d.c. hosts this event. [applause] >> we want to start off by thanking everyone for being here. it's nice to see so many friends and new faces. the question we've been getting a lot is how the book came out. throughout the campaign, it was only two months but it seems like along you're especially now, we saw there was a lot of disorganization and secrecy but it wasn't until election night we realized the intention that was really going on. one that is actually not in the book is that i found out that sarah palin was planning on giving a speech, there was a speech written and i reported that and i got a call, frantic call from her press secretary was very angry with two senior advisers in the background killing that there is no speech ever written and it was totally incorrect information. now we know that was wrong and that was not true. so later that
CNN
Nov 22, 2009 10:00am EST
up the kind of fuss that sells truckloads of books and every news show that sarah palin didn't go on there's talk about her anyway. she's put herself at the center of a raging media debate of media, ideology, motherhood and fairness and a polarizing figure. all of that came into play as palin sat down with a carefully-selected name of big-name personalities and sympathetics and she's even been approached about reality shows. >> you say no to that? >> absolutely not. i would never. no, i would not ever want to put my kids through such a thing. our life has become kind of a reality show. >> i follow this president every day. i think he's a socialist. do you think he's a socialist? is the president then more radical than he let on? do you think the president's radical? >> i will not hesitate to say that his associates have been extremely radical. >> so how did the journalists and commentators fare at ping down palin and one losing candidate's book? joining us here in washington matthew of the "weekly standard" author of the new book "the persecution of sarah palin" how the elite media t
FOX News
Nov 15, 2009 9:00pm EST
that? >> a book shows how the mainstream obama media tried to take down sarah palin. the great american panel lots more hannity straight ahead. >> on yesterday, michael bloomberg held a muslim community meeting at city hall. guess who got an invite? a man who authorities believe was involved in the world trade center bombing in 1993. he was a defense witness for a man who tried to blow up the lincoln tunnel. if you're using other moisturizing body washes, you might as well be. you see, their moisturizer sits on top of skin, almost as if you're wearing it. only new dove deep moisture has nutriummoisture, a breakthrough formula with natural moisturizers... that can nourish deep down. it's the most effective natural nourishment ever. new dove deep moisture with nutriummoisture. superior natural nourishment for your skin. >> even though we have slowed the loss of jobs and today's report on the continued decline in unemployment claims is a hopeful sign the economic growth we have seen has not yet led to the job growth we desperately need. >> that was president obama earlier today re
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2009 11:00pm EST
sarah palin's interview today on oprah. palin's new slams against levi johnston. >> when you see the road he is on right now. >> she how screwed up the katy interview. >> i don't blame people for thinking i was not qualified. >> is she preparing for a talk show and should oprah watch her back. >> the screaming headlines that brad and angelina may be breaking up. what's the truth? tonight "showbiz tonight" with the dramatic new public way brad and angie are trying to put the rumors to rest. and tonight, the startling big bucks offer to carrie prejean for her solo sex tape. should we say sex tapes? will carrie go for it? the offer? tv's most provocative entertainment news show starts right now. >> i'm a.j. hammer broadcasting tonight and every night from new york city. >> i'm brooke anderson from hollywood. tonight when sarah met ohm ra. the much-hyped face off between sarah palin and oprah winfrey was revealed to the world today. "showbiz tonight" is here to tell you in word, wow! there is a good reason they are calling the revelations a tell all. she is telling all about the shocking
FOX News
Nov 26, 2009 12:00am EST
. hannity's got sparpe -- sarah palin coming up. [captioning made possible by fox news] sean: tonight a special edition of hannity. her brand-new book has rocketed to the top of the charts. >> they knew what they were getting when they chose me. sean: sarah palin is here with the story behind her early years, to the campaign that made her a household name and the bright political future that makes liberals nervous. a special hour with sarah palin starts right now. and thanks for joining me for this special edition of "hannity" tonight. joining me now for her very first cable interview since the release of her brand-new book, "going rogue," the former governor of alaska, sarmente >> thank you so much for allowing me to be here. sean: we appreciate it. i'm going to start with the book. it's a biography of your life up to now. >> a compilation of journals from when i was a little girl to where i am today. sean: some of this kind of shocked me. maybe it describes why some people have negative feelings toward governor palin. you write you went hunting with your father before school one day.
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2009 10:00am EST
>>> if you're a woman or know a woman in her 30s or 40s, you want to hear this. a government panel contradicts the american cancer society on mammograms and self-exams. and many of you got a tax credit that was, well, more than you needed, actually you much needed. but now uncle sam is saying it may have paid you too much. stylish sneakers often mean expensive, like $200 expensive. how about $1.50 adidas? >>> the body of a 5-year-old girl was found yesterday and all signs point it to it being shaniya dade davis. police will not get specific. shaniya's half sister told nancy grace she cannot believe the girl's mother is a suspected. >> this woman, i mean she didn't come from much and stuff, but her -- if you just met her, she had the sweetest voice, she had the sweetest personality, and especially towards me. i would never think that she would do anything like that? >> and still so many questions remain unanswered. shaniya's mother antoinette davis is accused of selling the girl for sex. another man, mario mcneill is facing kidnapping charges as well. >>> let's move on to president obama who's wrapping up a busy day in china with a lavish state learn in china. he had a long conversation with the president. >> as the two largest consumers and producers of energy, there can be no solution of this challenge without the efforts of both china and the united states. and that's high we have growed to certain new initiatives in this area. we are creating a joint energy efficiency and renewable energy, cleaner uses of coal. electric vehicles an shale gas. >> china's crackdown on tibet and other issues have been a thorn in the united states -- >>> a storm with winds of 95 miles an hour and sustained winds of 55 miles an hour and higher are expected before the storm is over. these winds that have battered western washington state have eased up a little bit and floodwaters are easing up a little bit. the bad news by the way is the stormy weather may not be -- new guidance for you this morning that says women in their 40s do not need routine mammograms. that comes from a government task force of doctors and scientists. it contradicts the american cancer society's recommendation of annual mammograms starting at the age of 40. but the task force warns frequent screenings can cause false alarms by breast cancer. some women worry the new guidelines could influence how insurance covers mammograms and dr. sanjay gupta tez that's a valid concern. >> i do see two opponents, in the past they have taken these task force recommendations and adopted some of their own policies regarding insurance based on those. and two is who knows how this is going to translate a year or a new years down the road? could this make it more difficult for women to get the routine mammography around the age of 40 covered. >> nen when it comes to self-exams, the benefits of breast exams by doctors are unknown. >>> sarah palin, coming down on some former campaign advisors and the former republican vp candidate said that the campaign did not let her speak her mind or be who she is. >> at the end of the day, i'm the candidate and if everybody i got sucked into that and allowed that handling of me to the detriment of the campaign, that's my fault narks's not their fault, they were just doing, i guess, what the staff was hired to do and that was to write this script, though my team, the vice presidential candidates team, my handlers if you will. we never did really find that script, so we couldn't really stay on the script. >> and levy johnston has been in the news lately. he's the father of her grandson and he's often criticized palin. and what she says about running for president in 2010. >>> one of elizabeth smart's accused kidnapers is expected to plead guilty. wanda bar see and her estranged husband are accused of taking her from her home at knife point. smart says mitchell repeatedly raped heavy. she was found nine months later. >>> >>> you may be one of 1,500 people who may have to give back stimulus money back to the government. >> and basically a lot of people, you were expected to get a little bit more, a little bump in your paycheck, but some people got a lot more, they got the tax credit, $400 or $800 depending and then some. so basically every week there was a little bit more in there that wasn't supposed to be in there. the calculations, they weren't just right for these people. you can read the list here, but mostly the guideline is if you've got more than one job for a tax return. so that you would could be a single person with two jobs or more, or a married couple where there's two jobs per tax return, so in general those are the people that were going to be affected. mostly what it will mean is a little bit of a headache at the end of the year, for most people just a little bit masmaller refd at the end of the year. >> thanks amount. >>> bob van dillen, 95-mile-per-hour winds in the northwest? is that like hurricane level? how big is that? >> that's a category 2 strength hurricane and it's all because of the cold front that's coming assure now. in central washington and down into central oregon ahead of it its still acting like a big siphon to get moisture off of the fact and all the way in toward the northwest. moderate rain, even know in the higher elevations. look at some of these wind gusts. even near waldport. these were sustained at near 70 all afternoon long yesterday. now they're winding down a little bit. but you're going to see a little bit of rain come in on thursday afternoon. so you get a little bit of a bother today, in towards tomorrow when it comes to the wind. >> pomt right now, deeper rain getting into northern parts of california. here's that portland, oregon radar. and it moves on through, it's picking up decent rain, that rain stretches all the way into the northern parts of washington. from the olympic mountains all the way across the coast. we're looking at about three, maybe four inch lgs of rain today and then you get a little bit of a breatheer again and it comes right back into for thursday as another cold front approaches the region. the grant total near the olympic mountains, but it's mostly rain. >> that means it's got to be tough to get on a plane too. >> we have got a lot of pictures coming out of cairo, we're looking at the affects of a mud slide, kiro in washington state, this is the result of all of that rain you have been telling us about. >> there's been so much rain there for the last 36 hours. we're going to see more rain in this area, probably a grand total of about that to four inches of rain. it's not going to end until probably this weekend. >> thanks a lot, bob. >>> there's a big change if you use gift carts that affect the value of the cards you got. >>> plus a real warning about fake money, you may be passing counterfeit cash a and you don't even know bit. >>> a woman went to work and found a note on the door, her job of 12 years and her company in atlanta was kaput. it had papers in atlanta, houston, washington, d.c. and florida. no comment from the parent companies which filed for bankruptcy. yeah, maybe the passing here some fake $20. the secret service says it's seeing a spike in counterfeiting and that means some inept people are getting duped. >> here i'm thinking, don't call the law on me, i have never done anything to get put in jail. >>ing as say the recession may be a factor here, but it's usually something that happens during the holiday shopping season this year. >>> sarah palin kicks off her book tour tomorrow in michigan. but the interview blitz started with oprah yesterday. palin started with a comment her dad made right after she left the governor's office. >> she's not retreating, she's reloading. >> does that mean you're reloading for 2012? >> i'm concentrating on 2010 and making sure that we have issued tackled as americans to make sure that we're right on the road. >> would you tell me what you're thinking about? >> no, i won't. >> cnn watched the interview with women of different political leanings? >> i don't feel like there's a lot of political substance and i don't know if you girls feel like that. >> you know, 432-page book, only 13 pages were dedicated to policy issues, which is i think a little bit telling of even, you know, her interview or her dedication to really look into. >> a new cnn research poll found just 28% of people think that mail palin is qualified to be president. 70% said she is not. >> who doesn't get aggravated when you get to use your gift card and find that you have been socked with all kinds of different fees along the way. our minute expert jen westhoven is here and the feds want to make it a little bit more fair. >> they do protect you from some of the most egregious, the most outrageous gift card policies out there. it's going to eliminate many of the junk fees, junk fees are, one example, they're basically knees that just ding you out of nowhere. say you went and looked up how much the car was worth, you could get dinged with a fee for that. dormancy fees for not using the car, they're going to charge you for that. it's kind of a pain in the next neck when somebody gives you a really nice gift card and you find out that half the money is already gone in fees. gift cards cannot expire for five years. that won't help in terms of the gift cards this christmas. if you're going to give them make sure you read the fine print if you give them or receive them. but next year some of the more outrageous fees will be gone. >>> saturday morning, maybe you watch cartoons. >> when i'm awake, yeah. >> maybe you go out to check the mail at a leisurely pace. the post office lost almost $10 billion in kurts. nay have been trying very hard to get in shape there. it's planning to propose so congress to ask can we drop the mail on saturdays starting sometime next year. >>> this is time for our special tech check richard is one of the oldest tablet users, we had a tablet a long time and he loved it. could there be another tablet? we decided we would talk about it. apple hasn't said anything. that's a palm, which is not what we're talking about. that's my phone that used to be cool and now it's a clunker. the idea would be, no more carrying around your phone in one pocket, and a lap top in another bag. this would be one gadget. >> one of the oldest, it's like moses came down to give me that. >> but it's said to be the size of a magazine, then it would be able to be an all in one device like a kendall. play games, watch tv, movies, search the web like a computer, but it's also your phone. apple will blow everybody away with it. >> looking forward to see what it's like. an nfl owner got his punishment for making an obscene gesture, or two, or three or for our five. >> tennessee titans owner bud adams using the flighted animal gesture at the buffalo bills were losing to his tennessee titans. now he's got to pay up big. we're taking your thoughts. >>> do you remember the velvet rev lougs, it started 20 years ago today. when the people of sclex low vacca stood up against communism. thousands of people protested for ten days and communism finally began to crumble. checks slovakia. >>> the nfl owner caught flipping off to the other team now has to pay for it. each and every one of them. >> somehow he managed to turn single digits into six zigts. he was caught on film flipping the bird. he did apologize saying he got caught up in the excitement of the game. but michael vick was fined 10 grand for doing the same thing. ray e. posted i have an idea, fine aggressive drivers in this country for the same then, nyc would have no more deficit. liam wrote, if he owns the team and has that much money, how is that snimt i would be like fining me $1. besides who cares? i like seeing rich people fined. >> you see the goalie doing some cart wheels getting ready for the shoot-out here. here comes the kick, wait for him and then watch him rubbing it in the goalie's face, turning cart wheels. at least he showed restraint, didn't pull his air. y8 >>> we're waiting to hear north carolina police confirm the identity of a girl's body found yesterday. it is believed to be missing 5-year-old shaniya davis. a vigil was held for her last night. police say they got a tip that led them to the body. cold, calm weather is helping firefighters contain a major wildfire in southern california. it's burned more than 2450 acres, but no homes are near. it started after a tractor hit a power line and there are no reports of serious injuries. right now astronauts start checking for any damage to the space shuttle atlantis. they're making sure that debris did not hit it during yesterday's launch. atlantis is on track to link up with the international space station. nay hope to be able to allow the space station to stay in operation a little bit longer. so spare parts on their way. >>> sarah palin's new book by the way has some harsh words for katie couric. she writes that the cbs anchor was condescending, biassed and badgering during their interview. and palin said that she was annoyed by couric's constant president. >> my friend betsy, she-s the curtain to get back stage, and there's the perky one again with the cameras rolling, i'm like, dang, give me a couple of minutes to gather -- >> the perky one. >> the quality of the interview and the questions speak for themselves. >>> five men have been arrested after allegedly using a fake sir war hadn't rying to rob a back. they demanded money. the fbi says they handcuffed and threatened a bank manager when he refused to turn over the cash. >>> four people have died after their car was hit by a train. this happened near the south carolina, georgia state line last night. the car tried to get around a crossing arm and beat the amtrak train. it pushed the car a mile down the tracks before coming to a stop. no one on the train was hurt. >>> more folks across the country are going hungry, about one in seven u.s. households struggled to put food on the table last year. president obama says the report is a bit unsettling here, he's urging congress now to pass a -- >>> military police arrested a single mom with an enfant son for refusing to deploy to afghanistan. alexis hutchinson was going to take the baby while she was away, but was too busy taking care of sick relatives. >> i don't think they should deploy anybody with an infant child. >> hutchinson claimed that her family care plan was no longer eye viable. however the army did give her a 30-day extension and like all soldiers was given enough time to work out another care plan. >> so far hutchinson has not been charged but they're still investigating this case. >>> what word for you sums up 2009? it's a word you use to boot someone off your facebook page. unfriend is the new word of the year. the oxford american dictionary chooses a word to sum up the year. sexting came up second. >> unfriend? this is facebook, it's like a public outcry that you're not even on there yet. >> so far, it's okay, just a lot of clouds out there, but look at the big spin in the atmosphere, that's the upper level low. and that's producing a lot of snow for you in central and northern parts of kansas. look at the rain wrapping around the south of chicago. it was all snow earlier, now switching back over to rain, the blue is all the rain, you can see the white, a couple of spots in there trying to get going with some light snow. about eight to 12 inches of snow is what we had. but it's all liquid when it comes down into central parts of illinois, back into indiana, so it's not freezing snass. down in the southeast even farther, a little bit of broken shower activity near central georgia. but then you get out west, look at the rain coming in, that's all the cold front, that's cold front number one, moves on ashore today, look at the wind gusts coming out of here. waldport, 90 miles an hour an hour. you're going to get a breather overnight tonight and then tomorrow. the rain comes back on strong thursday with more winds. look at that shot, that's absolutely majestic looking almost. >> we see the camera headacshak little bit. >> the winds have died down. but then on thursday they pick back up to 450, 45ib 55 to 60. you have a break through tomorrow, but then back at it again. >> new year's eve, they gouds at a shot on that needle. >> getting close. >> former basketball star dennis rodman allegedly skipped us on a party tab. you'll hear about rodman's huge drink tab and what he did about it. >>> a marine made a video diary for his parents but they did not get the videos until after he was killed in action. this video you see here shows billy spencer leaving for iraq at the age of 19. >> i'm fixin' to fly into iraq from kuwait. i love you mom. >> no doubt his parents say it's he's talking directly to them in those videos. >> i can look at those videos. every one of them and say, that's my kid. >> lance corporal billy spencer was posthumousley awarded the silver far. >>> in august, nine people died when a small plane and a sightseeing helicopter collided. the air says there is like the wild west. so the faa is splitting it into separate zones now. a helicopter industry group says they support this. bad news from the pan who oversees the economy. fed chief ben bernanke says the bad weather in the jobs market is going to stay with us for a bit of a time. my next guest jen westhoven, we got to lynn? >> not only have we had enough economic news out there, but this is the number one guy it comes to the economy unemployment is like to remain quite high through 2010. mostly because banks are refusing to lend money and they are not lending to small businesses. the startups can't start up. if that's where a lot of new jobs come from, then we're losing a serious source of jobs in the new recovery. don't get a case of coke in cosco for a while. they're having a price dispute. coke is working to resolve this. it looks like costco is saying coke is not giving us a good deal. they have got to get it at some kind of a discount. >>> especially if you have got some kids in your life and you want to give them the christmas gifts, they got to be under the tree in time for christmas morning. the deadline will be on december 17. you can wait until december 23rd, but you'll pay more and i think it's a risk, right? but you can ship as late as december 23 for christmas eve delivery. >> we find ourselves doing that every year. it's something about it, you always get behind. >> all right, thank, jen. >>> i absolutely agree. >> all right, a government panel coming out on mammograms contradicting the american cancer society. this is your views questions today about these suggestions from the panel. >> everybody seems to be talking about this, not just women. men are talking about it because they're thinking what do we do now. women in their 40s don't need routine mammograms. that goes against everything that women have been told. this is coming from a government task force of doctors and scientists. this directly con from dictionaries the american cancer society's guideline of starting annual mammograms at the age of 40. but frequent screenings can cause false alarms about breast cancers. those self-breast exams that women have been taught to do for years, says they have no value. and the benefits of breast exams by doctors is unknown. you're probably thinking this is the direct opposite of everything i have been told or i had a friend who did a self-breast exam and she found a lump. >> what do you think about these guidelines, do they cause you relief? are you concerned? will the new guidelines make the way that you look at your cancer prevention strategy? call us at 1-877-835-5456. richard, i think people don't know what to any now. we're also going to have someone from the cancer society on during the noon to talk about this. but what do you do now? >> quite a contradiction. >> coming up in about an hour arrest 15. and a big step for helping poor people around the world. one of the biggest shoe companies in the world wants to start offering shoes for under $2. ♪ >> so the adees das is slashing prices to help the poor. the shoe giant says it wants to make a shoe for about $1.50. they'll be made and sold there. if it goes well, adidas will expand the program toaround the world. >>> a california businessman pleaded guilty to destroying 6 million bottles of wine. he admitted to setting his own wine warehouse on fire in 2005. this wasn't a small warehouse. as part of a plea deal he agreed with that and it put the entire winery out of business because they lost most of their inventory. >>> a boxer made history hen he became a champion. but he has another goal. this is interesting. he wants become a rabbi. >> he's got a good intimate relationship with pugilism and judaism. there's never been a world champion boxer who was a rabbi. yuri foreman became the first israeli boxer to be a world champion when he won the wba welter weight title. he expects to complete his studies in about a year. he started boxing at age 8, his mother made him because he was bul bullied. >>> two frahm football playeres football players have been kicked off the team because of being accused of a armed robbery. >>> and within of my favorite former nba players, dennis rodman was temporarily detained in germany for allegedly skipping out on a $5,000 bar tab. officials say that rodman was playing an exhibition game. now organizers agreed to pay his hotel bill, but not an extra $5,000 on drinks at an after party. he paid the tab and another $2,500 to avoid a possible legal procedure. tennessee titans owner bud allen was fined 250,000 for shooting the bird. gabriel wrote on our facebook page. it seems like the nfl takes a look at your checking account before they find out how much to fine you. doug d. wrote, who gets the $250,000? i think that would make a great postseason us in for all the folks at morning express. doug d., our hats off to you, sir, you get the post of the day. >> that's right, doug, we'll take it, you are the man. je gestures or no gestures. >> a man comes back from gracy,? oh, my god. >> this actually did bring a tear to my eye. >> it does. and it's nonstop. this dog is so happy to see him. >> look at him go crazy right here. >> people have clicked on this nearly 800,000 times. we found today's viral video on liveleak.com. >>> the big wireless providers are locked in a fierce price war and now walmart is getting in on the action. hln money expert clark howard explains what all this mobile madness means for your wallet. >> okay. i get a kick when i travel and i'm sitting next to a corporate type on an airplane and he or she is there, busy working with their smartphone, blackberry, iphone, whatever. and i'll say, hey, how much do you pay a month for cell phone service, alreadying kn knowing answer. and they'll say, i don't know, my company pays for it. most of us, just normal earthlings, pay for our cell phone service. and never has there been a time that's more important than right now for you to re-shop your cell phone service. there is brutal price competition going on and especially now that walmart has jumped into the cell phone business with both feet, with their plan offering you 1,000 minutes a month and 1,000 text messages for 30 bucks a month. or you want unlimited stuff, $45 a month. generally, their rates are half what the competition is. check it out. i'm clark howard. check me out at cnn.com/clarkhoward. >> thank you, clark. by the way, clark will teach you how to save more, spend less, avoid getting ripped off and you can catch him at noon eastern on saturday and sunday right here on hln. >>> an amazing marathon operation to help conjoined twins. you'll hear how the 2-year-old girls are doing after 25 hours of surgery. >>> right now on "showbiz tonight," when sarah met oprah. tonight, brand-new bombshell revelations from sarah palin's interview today on oprah. palin's new slams against levi johnston. >> a bit heartbreaking to see the road that he is on right now. >> how palin screwed up the devastating katie couric interview. >> i don't blame people for thinking that i was not qualified, that i was ill-prepared. >> plus, is sarah palin pushing for a talk show? and should oprah watch her back? >>> tonight, the brand-new screaming headlines that brad and angelina may be breaking up. but what's the truth? tonight, "showbiz tonight" with the dramatic very new public way brad and angie are trying to put those rumors to rest. >>> and tonight, the startling big bucks offer to carrie prejean for her solo sex tape. or should we say, sex tapes? and will carrie go for it? the offer, we mean. >>> tv's most provocative entertainment news show starts right now. >>> hello. i'm a.j. hammer, broadcasting tonight and every night from new york city. >> hi, there, everyone. i'm brooke anderson, coming to you from hollywood. and tonight, when sarah met oprah. the much-hyped, long-awaited face-off between sarah palin and oprah winfrey was finally revealed to the world today. and "showbiz tonight" is here to tell you, in one word, wow. there's a good reason why they're calling palin's new revelations a tell-all, because she is telling all. about the shocking pregnancy of her teenage daughter, bristol, about her feud with the baby's father, soon-to-be "playgirl" centerfold, levi johnston, and of course, the katie couric interview that many say did her in for good. and it all made for big news breaking today. she's the former governor of alaska and running mate of john mccain. she's the queen of daytime talk, who in the last election supported the other guy. >> please welcome sarah palin. >> reporter: but today on "the oprah winfrey show," oprah and sarah palin finally shared the same stage. and right off the bat, they shot down rumors of a feud. >> there were reports last year that i had snubbed you during the election by not having you on my show. did you feel snubbed? >> no offense to you, but it wasn't the center of my universe. >> okay, good. yeah. >> no, it wasn't. >> reporter: even if she isn't feuding with oprah, sarah palin still got some others to keep her plenty busy. on today's "oprah," she settled scores with the media. >> i was naive to think that the media would leave my kids alone. >> reporter: levi johnston. >> a bit heartbreaking to see the road that he is on right now. >> reporter: and katie couric. >> there's the perky one, again, with the microphone. >> reporter: for the very first time today, palin shared brand-new details about the surprise pregnancy of her teenage daughter, bristol, smack dab during the presidential campaign. >> perfectly honestly, she was quite embarrassed. she called me, in tears, and was saying, oh, mom, not just wasilla, do they know what's going on in my life, but now the whole world knows, mom. i knew right off the bat with that episode that the kids would be a part of it, good, bad, or ugly. it would be quite taxing on them. >> reporter: what's now taxing palin is her daughter's ex-boyfriend, levi johnston, who's the father of bristol's baby. >> everybody's waiting on the levi question, i know. >> reporter: 19-year-old levi has made a virtual career out of bashing palin and making embarrassing claims about her home life. he's also posing nude for an upcoming spread in "playgirl." and on oprah today, palin could not resist getting in a dig or two. >> i don't know if we call him levi, i know he goes by the name ricky hollywood now. if that's the case, we don't want to mess up this gig he's got going, kind of this aspiring -- aspiring porn. >> reporter: still, palin is trying to make peace with levi. >> levi forever will be the father of this most beautiful baby and i continue to hope for the best and to pray for levi. >> reporter: then there's palin's infamous interview with cbs news anchor katie couric. the interview that virtually destroyed her image overnight during the campaign. >> what newspapers and magazines did you regularly read before you were tapped for this, to stay informed and -- >> i've read most of them, again, with a great appreciation for the press, for the media. >> like, what ones specifically, i'm curious? >> all of them. >> on oprah today, palin admitted the obvious. the couric interview wasn't her best moment. >> if people only know me for that interview, i don't blame for people thinking that i was not qualified, that i was ill prepared. >> reporter: palin reveals for the very first time that palin didn't answer couric's question partly because she was annoyed. >> it was more like, are you kidding me? it was like she was discovering this nomadic tribe, a member of a tribe from some neanderthal tribe in alaska, asking me, how do you stay in touch with the real world? >> reporter: palin didn't directly answer oprah's other big questions. is palin planning to host her own talk show, or is she thinking about running for president. but with her new book, "going rogue," palin is proving that love her or hate her, she remains a powerful voice who cannot and will not be ignored. >> all right. what do you think? how did palin do today? could we be seeing a sarah palin show? joining me tonight in chicago, roland martin, the host of washington watch with row lan martin on the tv one network and a longtime supporter of president obama. in new york, kim serafin, the senior editor at "in touch weekly," who often defends slaip. all rig all right, roland, by and large, i think sarah palin did a pretty good job on the oprah show, how'd she do? >> as these things go, obviously, this was not the same interview when katie couric gave when palin couldn't answer anything with any kind of sense whatsoever. but, clearly, i think how folks are -- look, if you love sarah palin before the interview, you still love her, and if you thought when she talked it was like scraping nails across a chalkboard, you probably feel the exact same way. >> what do you think, kim? >> i think to a certain extent, that is true. people who like her will continue to like her, people who don't like her will continue not to like her. but i think she came across very likable in this interview, came across funny, made jokes, took responsibility for things, she talked in that early piece about the katie couric interview, says she understands why people wouldn't think she was qualified to be vice president. she also comes across very relatable as a mom. she's very open about her family, her relationship with todd, about her daughter's pregnancy, and i think that is one thing that people will definitely relate to. and she was funny. she could definitely host a talk show. she makes jokes. she's good. >> i'll tell you what, a.j., she is lucky, that this interview took place before the mccain folks came at her. that happened really later in the week. this interview took place before that. people questioning certain aspects of her book. if she does any interviews after this, she's going to have to answer all the discrepancies where the mccain people are saying she was flat-out lying what she said in the book. she'll have to answer those kind of questions. not sure if she wants to. >> it will be interesting to see if the places she is now going for new interviews will be asking her those questions. and we know she's been getting a lot of publicity lately, not just because of her book, but quite frankly because levi johnston won't stop talking about her, won't stop bashing her. watch what she told oprah today about the father of her grandson. >> i don't think a national television show is the place to discuss some of the things that he's doing and saying. and by the way, i don't know if he call him levi. i hear he goes by the name ricky hollywood now. if that's the case, we don't want to mess up this gig he's got going, kind of this aspiring -- aspiring porn, some of the things that he's doing. it's kind of heartbreaking. >> roland, are you with me it would be a whole lot better for palin to take the high road and stop taking digs at levi every time she talks about him. i think she should be above this. >> look, levi is getting under her skin. it is obvious. she cannot resist firing back at him. and it's no different than we saw during the campaign. so she can't take the kind of criticism. that's why, look, if she chooses to actually run for president, i don't think she can be under that kind of scrutiny. every time he says something, she has to fire right back. my deal is, let him say what he wants to say. you know what, he's getting paid, just like she's getting paid. >> i have to say something, though, about levi. i think she actually handled this well. she can't just completely ignore it. she couldn't have just said, no, i'm not commenting, because then people would have said, why isn't she commenting? she's so angry with him. what she said is, look, he's a teenager. she said something that we all realize, that he's being brought into something that he doesn't quite understand. exposed to hollywood, exposed to the limelight and being succeed into that -- >> no, he's not! >> but he is. he's 19, suddenly exposed to the lights of hollywood, getting awards -- >> he knows exactly what he's doing. >> getting in "playgirl." she's saying, look, he's a teenager. she welcomed ed him to thanksgig dinner. i think it was her first gesture to him that he's welcomed back in the family. she also did say, it's between him and her daughter to work out the schedule to see the child. >> all right. let me jump in. >> a.j., first of all -- >> roland, hold on. >> little ricky hollywood dig. >> my point is, she's making a dig at the same time she's being a little bit sympathetic. everyone now saying she should do her talk show. she said on oprah, oprah, you have nothing to worry about. roland, would that be a hit show if sarah palin did one? >> no, i'm sorry. stick to what you know. being a talk show host is not it, sarah. >> that's what i asked for, straight answer. roland martin, kim serafin, thanks, guys. appreciate it. here's our "showbiz tonight" question of the day. sarah palin, should she get her own talk show? what do you think? vote at cnn.com/showbiztonight or e-mail us at showbiztonight@cnn.com. >>> okay. so you've heard about the carrie prejean sex tape? tonight i can tell you that there's big news tonight that there might be many more carrie sex tapes out there and there's a big offer on the table for her to sell them. also tonight, the startling new reports today that brad and angelina are breaking up. we're going to show you the dramatic way they're trying to put those rumors to rest. >>> also this -- >> reporter: believe it or not, some people are actually announcing their intention to kill themselves to avoid confronting the fictional doomsday. >> the shocking and disturbing news that the blockbuster new movie "2012" is making some people thinking of killing themselves. this is "showbiz tonight" on hln. >> now the "showbiz news ticker." these are more stories from the "showbiz tonight" newsroom making news right now. >>> it was a huge disaster at the box office, but in this case, it's a good thing. "2012," the movie about the disastrous end of the world, pulled in 65 million bucks in the u.s. and an amazing $225 million worldwide in its opening weekend. welcome back to "showbiz tonight.
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run for president on the democratic side. stale first woman on the ticket. -- sarah palin is the first woman on the republican ticket. what is her impact? >> one of the things i found kind of comforting about sarah palin is that did feel like weave gotten to the point where if a woman does something stupid or says something stupid we didn't feel like the whole sewas guilty. you could just take it one person at a time. tavis: i'm not casting expersian on her, nobody questions hillary clinton's intellect or competence. there was a whole lot of questioning of the intellect of sarah palin. when a woman gets placed on the ticket, by her own book, the katie couric interview was disastrous. there were other moments in the campaign where she did not measure up intellectually. is that a setback for women? >> that is the good thing about sarah palin is whatever sarah palin does is sarah palin does. i think we hit the point now there are enough women and men at least near the top that everything everybody does is not taken as something that represents the entire sex. tavis: you talk about two iss
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see you then. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >> on fox news watch, sarah palin grabbing the media spotlight this week, delivering her message here and there. pretty much everywhere. and giving the liberal media another chance to take a swipe at the former alaskan governor. why so bitter? >> it is a great honor to be in tokyo. >> jon: following his jet setti setting diplomacy tour. with the missteps and lack of progress has media support for him ended as well. news about mammograms and cervical cancer testing made headlines. did the media coverage report the facts or muddy the message? and fox news gets the green light for a sit-down with the president, really. >> mr. president the fox news channel is very happy to see you good to see you. >> and the interview makes news, really. >> on the panel this week,writer and fox news contributor judy miller. head of the national review rich lawrie. jim pinkerton fellow new america foundation, and columnist elliss. and i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. in case you haven't heard, sarah palin's new book, "going rogue" hi
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>>> just released, the shocking 911 call from shaniya davis's mom crying over her 5-year-old daughter, the same mom now charged with selling that beautiful little girl as a sex slave. giving her 5-year-old as a prostitute. just hours ago a positive i.d. of the child's body found dumped on the side of a highway. more horrific charges are expected any time now. >>> sarah palin's new book is out. she's everywhere, first oprah, now barbara walters, next a nationwide tour. do you have a different opinion of sarah palin through all this? hln's own joy behar has an opinion. we're sure of that. she'll be talking with me this hour and taking your calls. want to hear from you. you know the number, 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail me at cnn.com/primenews or send me a text. it's your chance to be heard. >>> welcome once again, this is "prime news." i i'm mike galanos. so many new developments in the death of 5-year-old shania davis. her body was found along a highway in north carolina, the unthinkable allegations against her own mom, antoinette davis charged with offering up her daughter for sex. now police have released her 911 call from that day that little shaniya went missing. listen to mom here crying, pleading for her little girl. >> i woke up this morning and my daughter was not in the house. i don't know if she walked out -- i don't know what's going on, but she's not here. >> how old is your daughter? >> she's 5. >> 5? >> yes, ma'am. >> what time did you wake up? when did you last see her? >> i saw her at 5:30 last night. >> 5:30 last night. is that when you put her to bed? >> yes, ma'am -- no, when she went back to bed. >> that was 5:00 this morning, is that what you're telling me? >> yes, ma'am. >> were there any doors open or anything like that? >> she know how to unlock the front door. >> okay. what is her name? >> shaniya davis. >>> there you have it. just moments ago we heard from shaniya's dad. he had custody of her little girl, raised her. just last month he thought he would let shaniya's mom have a little more time with her daughter. >> i believe every parent would blame themselves. and we all look within ourselves to see what we could have done different. >> is there anything you think you could have done differently? >> possibly. u but i really don't want to get into me. this is about shaniya. this isn't about brad or antoinette or mr. mcneill. this is about shaniya. >> we'll take your calls at 1-877-tell-hln. joining me now, clinical psychologist michelle golin, also mike eiglarsh and michelle sagona. we have the positive i.d. anything new on who may have done this to shaniya? >> what police released earlier, mike, they said more charges will follow. so we can only assume that those charges will also add up on the two people they have in custody. i can tell you that just a couple days ago when i spoke with investigators, that they did say that they feel they have the two main key players in shaniya's disappearance behind bars right now. now, that's not saying that they won't move forward if there is someone else connected, possibly connect connected to this and will come forward with the rest. as far as the charges, we should learn more about those at a press conference scheduled to take place tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. from the police department. >> so far, michelle, are they being pretty tight-lipped about how this heinous crime went down, how mcneill may have taken shaniya, went to the hotel? do we know anything from there? >> investigators do know for sure when shaniya left that hotel just outside -- actually in the town of sanford, north carolina, about 45 minutes away from where she was reported missing, that she was alive. what they're not saying is when they think that she was actually killed and then dumped off onto the side of the road about seven miles away from those surveillance pictures you see on your screen right now. that is from that hotel, that she was last seen with mario mcneill last week. >> so heartbreaking to see that. >> it is. >> let's listen to a little more of the 911 call. this is shaniya's mom talking about who was at home at the time. a point of contention, how many people lived there. here is antoinette davis again. >> are there anymore juveniles inside the home? >> my son, but he's here. >> and your door was not unlocked? that's what you're telling me? >> no. it was not unlocked. but i'm telling you she knows how to unlock it. i'm hoping she didn't unlock it and walk out. >> there you go. saying little shaniya walked out while she's facing charges that she gave her little girl up as a sex slave. mike eiglarsh, let's get you in on this. these 911 calls aside -- we now know shaniya is dead -- what charges are we looking at for mom here and mario mcneill, the man accused of kidnapping her? >> for mom they already allege they have sufficient evidence that she did the unimaginable, ooechl, to take your own child and prostitute her out. what they're looking for is evidence to prove the link between the trafficking and the ultimate murder. they've got to have evidence. out can't just say, well, she trafficked her out and anything that happened to the child is on her. they actually have to have the evidence that she knew something like this would happen. with him, they're doing the same thing. if he was involved in the actual execution of this child, you're going to expect to see first degree murder charges on her. >> spell that out for us. mark, let's say that whoever did this, it was a planned deal, that mcneill delivered to whoever killed shaniya and that's the person who did it. and mom knew and mcneill knew, does that mean murder charges? >> absolutely. it makes these 911 calls even more troubling. just think of the level of depravity that she had to possess to, number one, put her child in that position allegedly. secondly, to do the 911 call and put herself up for the academy award. it's pathetic if that happened. >> when we come back, we'll talk to clinical psychologist mi michelle gollin, how do you put on the act knowing full well you sold your little girl as a sex slave. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. >>> i hold a lot of ill feelings right now, differently than my brother. the bond with shaniya and i from teaching her how to tie her shoes and how to color within the lines and to write her name, i feel robbed, and i feel shaniya was robbed. she was very intelligent and she had such a wonderful, kind soul, and her spirit brightened every day of everyone she touched. >> shaniya's aunt fighting back the tears and emotions. we also grieve the loss of a beautiful 5-year-old girl. taking your calls on this, 1-877-tell-hln. her own mother is facing charges of selling shaniya for prostitution as a sex slave. we also have a mario mcneil, con viced felon, accused of kidnapping shaniya. let's listen to another 911 call. let's get the one set up about what shaniya was wearing. this is her own mother, antoinette davis, what we believe, at least at this point, faking the 911 call talking about what her little girl was wearing. let's listen to this. >> she's mixed, by racial. >> what was wearing? a blue shirt with designs on the front but her hair is out. >> did she have on any pants -- >> she didn't take no shoes, no pants, no nothing. >> did she have on underwear? >> yes, ma'am. >> do you know what color? >> they're white and got pink--h i can't really remember. they're like white with pink designs on them. >>> let's bring in our clinical psychologist michelle gallen. this woman is innocent until proven guilty. but from what we're seeing, selling her daughter as a sex slave. how do you get to that point where you can fake it like this on a 911 call when you know what you've done to your little girl? >> clearly a sociopath. we don't know. there's been questions of drug use and so forth. but this crime is horrific. and i have to say the amount of issues involved in this also that needs to be noted and pedophilia in the sense of the selling of shaniya. i think, mike, as a country, we need to look at the sentencing of pedophiles and what is happening. it's in the news all the time. and we just had a man who was sentenced to 20 years. that is not enough. >> no. >> at all. 27 years would have only been the maximum. that's the maximum. >> michelle sagona, is it true that antoinette davis is pregnant with another child? >> there are definitely reports out there, and investigators aren't saying one way or another. but it has come out that she could possibly be pregnant with another child as she sits in a north carolina jail cell at this moment. she is in a special portion of the jail, mike, i do want to mention, where she's only allowed to come out one time a day to take a shower. that said, she's by herself: she's not allowed to be around anyone else at this particular point. she does have another court appearance scheduled at the beginning of december. >> i have to leave it there. michelle, michelle and mark, we know you're sticking around for this next story. >>> a georgia high school teacher accused of putting out a hit on a 16-year-old student. police say randolph ford told another student he'd pay to have that student, the victim in all this, killed. he's been arrested for making terroristic threats. we'll hear what the victim's mom has to say about all this. take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. plus this, sarah palin's new book has been released. and she's been on oprah, had an interview with barbara walters. that is just the beginning. seems everyone has an opinion on it. want to hear yours, 1-877-tell-hln. i'm going to welcome that lady, joy behar. she has an opinion. she has not been a sarah palin fan in the past. we'll see what she has to say in a matter of minutes. that's coming up. >>> welcome back to "prime news" on hln. how about this story, a substitute teacher accused of putting a hit on a 16-year-old student. police say he went on the school bus to try to hire another student to whack the first student in question here. all right. here we go. here is randolph ford, math teacher at a high school outside atlanta, georgia. the 16-year-old told police mr. ford asked him if he was gay, then he says that mr. ford threatened him. then days later police say the suspect pulled another student off the bus and told him he would pay to have him kill the teen. we'll get both sides on this. we'll take your calls if you want in. 1-877-tell-hln is the phone number. joining us now marcia kildabrew, her son had the hit put on him. the family's attorney is also with us, terrance madden. let's get this straight here. so september 29th is the what i'm reading here, the teacher asked your son if he was gay. is that how all this started? how did that go down? >> yes, sir. he actually asked my son to come out of class and to -- he asked him was he gay. >> what brought that on? had they had trouble or was that out of the blue? >> no. actually my son didn't even know who this man was. he was a substitute and he had no other dealings with this man besides being inside the classroom. >> then they had a verbal altercation then or the next day? what happened next? >> it was the next day. they had a verbal altercation and the teacher threatened him then and said he would hit him in his -- in miss mouth. >> okay. so we have this question asked. we have threats after that. did you go to the school at this point? >> actually, once the threat came through to have him killed, i called the school exactly that day and i didn't get anything from the school. and so at that point i called the superintendent. >> so you didn't go to the school after the altercation? >> i didn't. my son asked the vice principal repeatedly to call me, call me. he said call my mom, call my mom, call my mom. no one would call me. he didn't get suspended or anything or nothing happened with him after the verbal altercation with the teacher. they put him on the bus and went back in the class with the man. >> why didn't you go to the school at that point when your son had this altercation with the teacher? >> actually, i called the school. i didn't go up to the school. i actually called the school. nothing was done at that point. >> okay. terrance, let me get you in on this? are you working with the school on this? where does it stand, your relations with the school? >> first of all i want to initially reiterate two things. on the first day, on or about september 29th when my client was asked was he gay, that was so inappropriate, so out of the way and that doesn't belong anywhere in an algebra class which is the class they were in. on the next day when the verbal altercation ends, she was a little bit kind. i think it was closer to that i will hit you in your fing mouth is what the teacher told him. my client did go to the principal's office and report this to the vis principal. we want to reiterate that. he's coming up with -- i've seen reports he's coming up with all kind of things and excuses. however, he did not go to the authorities, being the principal or vice principal and report this incident while my client did. nothing was done about it. >> we have it to the point where this teacher allegedly goes on the bus and he's asking another student to basically take care of, marcia, of your son. that's the way we understand it? >> yes, sir. >> what's the other student say? let me ask that? is another student kroob rating this, the person this teacher allegedly went to? >> yes. >> yes. >> let me stay with you, marcia, what happens now with the school? you unveil this. what has happened? what do they say at this point? >> actually the school doesn't contact me unless i contact them. the school at this point hasn't offered me even an apology. they haven't offered my son an apology or anything at this point. the school hasn't done anything really. >> okay. >> we want to reiterate that had on september 30th something been done, appropriate action been taken, we never would have gotten on or about october 9th when he pulls a student off the bus. my client is saying that what he did was ask the student did he want to make a hit for money. when the student asked who, this teacher wrote my client's name on a piece of paper and held it up, not only where the student that he solicited saw it, but also other students who were on the bus saw it and made it clear to my client that the teacher was talking about him. >> he's saying this was a joke? is that part of his excuse at this point? he's on paid leave, that is correct, at this point? >> that's correct. he's on paid leave. this has been since october -- approximately october 9th. the question you asked before, you know, they're proposing it as a joke. what kind of joke? first of all, you have to go back to september the 29th when he's asked this inappropriate question. then it escalates to where he has a verbal threat to hit him in his f'ing mouth. >> we appreciate it. we'll hear from the school side when we come back. stay with us. y8 >>> welcome back to "prime news" on hln. advice for women, skip the mammogram until you're 50. is that right? i'm sure there are a lot of women out there confused after this. government task force issuing a new recommendation says mammograms in your 40s could do more harm than good. is this sending a dangerous message to women who may have their lives saved by early detection? we'll take your calls on that, 1-877-tell-hln. >>> sarah palin on a media blitz. she's everywhere, promoting her new book "going rogue." yesterday saw her on "oprah." today a bigger view with barbara walters. sarah palin defending her record and getting feisty. here she is on good morning america talking about the personal attacks that have hit her and her family. >> no candidate was picked on and made fun of as much as you were. >> oh there's so much bull crap out there about my family, my record, my state. it hurts when i hear the negativity about the state of alaska and, of course, my family. so a lot of bull. >> a lot of bull, bull crap, sarah palin laying it out there. let's bring in my colleague joy behar of the joy behar show tonight at 9:00 eastern on hln. are you seeing a different side of sarah palin at all? are you softening to her in any way through all this in these interviews? >> you know, i love a bitter woman. she's a bitter woman. >> you're seeing bitterness, huh? >> she says it's not a vindictive book, but i don't think she's read the book. >> how much have you seen of it? you've seen the interviews? >> i've seen the two barbara walters interviews, of course, this morning from "good morning america," and i saw a lot of oprah's interview, not the whole thing, because i was busy, coming to do my show. but i've seen a lot of it. i think she's just the same as she's always been. although her sentences were slightly more coherent this time. >> how about your colleague, barbara walters, i was watching her on "good morning america," dubbed her a smart girl, confident, appealing and some coming to her defense even "the view" today, saying whether you like her or not, she has views and you can agree or disagree. what about that? >> they were coming to her defense on "the view" today because of the "newsweek" cover they said was very sexist. i think that the main thing with the "newsweek" cover, the american flag. she posed for that picture forerunner's world, and i don't think she appreciated the fact that the flag was thrown around in some would say this disrespectful manner. she posed for it. that was her call. now it's coming up again. i think that's really what's ticking her off more than anything. >> you mentioned it. this is sarah palin reacting to the "newsweek" cover taurk together your friend and colleague barbara walters. let's listen. >> have you seen the cover of "newsweek," a picture of you in shorts from a photograph that was taken for "runner's world" magazine. how do you feel about them showing you like that on a cover? >> i think it is so cheesy. had i known then that a picture of me in shorts would end up on the cover of "newsweek," i wouldn't have allowed "runner's world" to profile me. "knewsweek" should be more policy oriented, more substance osh yented than showing some gal in shorts on the cover. >> let's pick up on that. i think you were -- you correct me if i'm wrong, in watching what i saw on "the view" with your colleagues, you were the only one saying this wasn't wrong. it sounded like whoopie was saying this was wrong, elizabeth hasselbeck as well, she's not being treated fairly, this was a cherry-picked shot from "runner's world." >> why is it cheesy on runner's world but not news week. she supposed for a cheesy picture. it's going to pop up again. was tlnt drawing or a pick tif of obama looking very -- they oild his body and made him look very sexy or something. >> there it is, we got it. >> washingtonian. but that's not quite news week. >> washingtonian souns more news weeky than "newswreak." seems to me that's a legitimate periodical, the "washingtonian." >> there was that shot there. let's get a call in. beverly is with us. your comment or question for joy? >> caller: i have a comment. i love sarah palin. i was a democrat all my life. this is the first time i voted. it was because of her. i think a lot of people are jealous of her. i think instead of them harping on her, let's get on levi and have him shut his mouth. >> anti levi, pro sarah there. >> he has been shooting his mouth off. he said some very scathing things about her in "vanity fair." we don't know who is making up what. this is a soap opera now. this is not a presidential candidate anymore. she's a reality show character and a soap opera actress. >> what would she v to say or do for you to say maybe she has a political future? >> she'd have to give some kind of opinion on policy. i haven't heard her say anything about it. she talks about obama digitering. first of all, she stole the word from cheney, not that he create ed the word "digitering." maybe there's no concept to giving thought to something. when you're thinking of something they call it digitering. i would like to hear what she has to say about our policy in afghanistan, about the health care issues. i haven't heard her really give us any of her insights into what we should do with the country. >> joy, good talking to you. joy behar on monday through friday here on hln, 9:00 eastern. pleasure talking to you. >> okay, mike. thanks. >>> we'll continue our conversation, take more of your phone calls on sarah palin, what your thoughts are. has she i'mmpressed you or not? you know the number, 1-877-tell-hln. sglvrnlths sglfrnlths >>> we're continuing our conversation, sarah palin on a media tour promoting a new book, "going rogue." we saw her with oprah win free, also a big interview with barbara walters. 1-877-tell-hln is the number. joining me kelly goth, political blogger and contributor to the huffington post. sharon gentleman koeb bass, strategist for the hill. kelly, i'll start with you. how is sarah palin doing in these interviews? holding her own or doing well with oprah and barbara walters so well? >> i think she's coming across as very genuine. it's clear when she's talking about topics she's comfortable with, her family and faith, she's coming across very well. there's no one that has ever doubted she's not a great retail politician, that there's something to work with in terms of her skills with appealing to people and relating to people. >> sherry, what's the goal for sarah palin? what does she need to accomplish in these interviews besides the book? just to begin to remake herself in some ways? >> regardless of whether she wants to run for president at some point in the future or not, what she's doing now is just the right thing, letting the country know her on her terms, be able to correct a few misconceptions. this is something that she quite frankly was unable to do when she was placed on the ticket and things were moving so quickly and people were controlling her. the next step is to go out and raise money and build her network of republican base around the country, in her own organization. that would prepare her to run in 2012. then and only then should she get into the subsive issue stuff. barack obama waited and waited and waited, everybody wanted him to get into it. he didn't. it would give people more reasons to throw arrows at her now. when she does come out very strong and intelligent, a lot of people will have egg on their faces. they weren't paying attention to sarah palin before she was on the national ticket. >> let's get a call in janice in illinois. go ahead. >> caller: i watched joy and i watched oprah. sarah is a joke. she wants her 15 minutes of fame. she's uninformed, inexperienced. she could do nothing for us. she is not a woman of substance about the issues. i agree with joy all the way. >> janice, what have you seen in these interviews where she's coming off as uninformed. she's not talking policy. she's just talking her own life. >> caller: i know. even when she has an opportunity to talk about policy, she doesn't do it. it's like general, it's not even specific. i'm sorry. she has nothing to contribute to us or the world. >> janet, not a fan there. let me throw out this point. i don't think it's the time for her to talk policy. when she's a candidate again or heading that way, then let's hear policy. at this point -- >> exactly. >> the goal is, just set the record straight. >> i think any politician would probably give their right arm to have the level of name recognition and the base of support that sarah palin has right now. so that's -- i think any liberal that underestimates her or misunderestimates her. i think she didn't necessarily change critical opinion in the oprah interview. one of the biggest criticisms of her is exactly what the caller said, voters think she's uninformed. that's going to be a problem in terms of the long term. i will agree with something sheri said, one of the lns barack obama had an advantage is he had been running so much longer. sarah palin had three months to convince people she was up to speed. i think that's what put her at a disadvantage and lingered and hurt her brand in that regard. >> keli i agree that at some point she hats to come with the policy and substance and all that. i'm saying i don't know if now she has to do that. maybe this is step one, step two is that. i'll get your thought on that. >> i think it would be ill advised for her to go out and give policy speeches another this point in time. she's doing this at exactly right the pace. yes, she has her critics out there. some are republicans, some are democrats, some are independents. i think a lot of those people will have egg on their face when she comes out hard core policy. this woman is very deep in policy as governor of alaska prior to being named on the ticket. anybody who pays attention to that will know and will know what's coming next. >> real quick. if we could get the "newsweek" cover back. i think it's unfair that they would take the shot from "runner's world." how do wow solve a problem like sarah? isn't that a cheap shot, to swipe this shot? >> i'm going to say something that i said a lot about the hillary clinton supporters, i don't think necessarily the color is sexist. i think it's stupid. there is a difference. i would say this. the thing about her and her supporters, you can't have it both ways. i think she's an attractive woman who has benefited from that. rush limbaugh would agree with that statement because he calls her a babe. i don't think you can have it both ways saying why are people objectifying me when that has benefited her. i think it's a stupid cover, not necessarily a sexist one. >> sheri. >> sarah palin's politics are to the right of my own. as a woman i want to see her succeed or fail on her own. it bothers me that they're focusing so much on her looks. she did not pose for "newsweek" for this cover. we've seen past presidents that didn't look so nice in their running shorts. it's out there and i don't know if complaining about it does any good. let's get it out of the way so we can get into the subsive matters as we get closer to 2012. >> good, spirited conversation as always. appreciate it. hope to talk to you soon. >>> coming up. this one has the attention of a lot of people out there, government task force issuing a new recommendation on mammograms, saying women should skip the procedure until age 50? currently women are told to have a yearly mammogram beginning at age 40. is this sending a dangerous message out there? isn't early detection a good thing? we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. >>> welcome back to "prime news" on hln. this got our attention. new findings, new cancer advice that goes against everything we've been told. here is the new advice, no mammograms until age 50. government task force says women in their 40s should skip that routine mammogram. why? because it could cause more harm than good. this is from a panel of 16 health experts. not one of them is an oncologist. does this send a confusing message to women? maybe they'll skip the mammogram when they need it? we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining me to talk about this, rechb nay sca reg renee skyla with the susan g. komen cancer. and dr. douglas owens who led a 2007 study with similar findings, basically agreeing with this new call here. renee, let me start with you. are you concerned that some women may hear government study and skip the mammogram when maybe they need it? >> let me just preface this by saying i'm not a doctor. i'm just an advocate, i'm someone who travels the country and speaks to a lot of women about breast cancer. when i heard this last night, mike, i could not sleep. i was so disturbed by this because it feels like we're taking a giant step backwards. i think that there's already a lot of confusion and a lot of noise out there about this. and i feel like this just adds to it. yes, i'm very concerned. >> you would think better safe than sorry, i think that has been the -- kind of the adage here. let's start the mammograms, get the early detection. you said you speak to women and talk to women about this. how do you think they're going to take this new sns. >> listen, i talk to women around the country who say they found their own cancer through breast self exam. the things that were troubling to me about this guideline are they're telling doctors don't teach your patients breast self exam because it doesn't do any good. i talk to womengood. i talk to women who tell me every day i found my own cancer. or women in their 40s who were diagnosed found their cancer in a mammogram. only 15% of cases are women in their 40s, but one person's life we save that makes it worth it. >> doctor douglas owens, similar findings, do you agree flat out, doctor, for women who aren't in high-risk category to wait until they are 50? >> the first thing is to understand what the task force is recommending. women in their 40s make individually based decisions about whether they want to start mammography screening. we had thorough analyses of benefits of mammography, and there are benefits and thorough analyses of mammography and there are potential harms. how do you balance benefits and harms, our view was not all women would make the same decision. it would balance the harms the same way. >> they said the harms, according to this task force they said the harms were increased anxiety and unnecessary surgeries. look, i'm a big girl. we can deal with anxiety. i don't want to deal with a breast cancer that is stage two or three that could have been checked and taken care of had i been screened a couple of years ago. we will get dr. owens in and dr. weiss. what are insurance companies going to do with this? that is a concern. >>> just released the shocking 911 call from shaniya davis' own mom, crying over her 5-year-old daughter. this is the same mom who is being charged with trying to sell her little girl as a sex slave, as a prostitute. hours ago a positive i.d. on the child's body found dumped on the side of a highway. again, it is her little girl. more horrific charges. >>> sarah palin's new book is out today. she is everywhere, oprah, barbara walters, nationwide tour next. are you swayed at all? do you think sarah palin is doing well in these interviews joy behar has an opinion on this. i'm going to be talking to her this hour. we take your phone calls, call in, 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail me cnn.com/primenews or send me a text hlntv. it is your chance to be heard. >>> this is hour number two of "prime news." i'm mike galanos. new developments in the death of shaniya davis. police confirm her body found along a highway. antoinette davis charged with offering her daughter up for sex. the 911 call from the mother. >> i woke up this morning and my daughter was not in the house. i don't know if she walked out. i don't know what's going on but she's not here. >> how old is your daughter? >> she's 5. >> 5? >> yes, ma'am. >> what time did you wake up? when did you last see her? >> i saw her at 5:30 last night. >> is that when you put her to bed? >> that is when she went back to bed. >> that was 5:00 this morning? >> yes, ma'am. >> were there any doors open? >> she knows how to unlock the front door. >> okay. what is her name? >> shaniya davis. >> that mom is accused of selling shaniya for sex. the little girl ended up dead. joining me to talk about this, mark iglarsh, michelle sigona, investigative journalist. mark, i want to start with you. what does a judge and jury do with what could be a bogus 911 call and feigned tears. >> i'm looking for something that outs here. i don't hear anything that she knew her child had been gone. the defense says this is not fake. this is real. that is what they use to show this is a grieving mother who has no idea where her daughter went. >> that is what the defense. prosecution is going to come with evidence that says that is garbage. >> how sick. what kind of woman could make a call to 911? the same type of woman, the evil in her heart that would sell her child into prostitution. >> it is unthinkable. hannah in ohio. your thoughts here? >> caller: yes. my question is they show footage of her going into the hotel. but what about the footage of her leaving the hotel if they are so sure she was alive. >> great question. what do we know, michelle, about this same surveillance camera picked up or we believe would have picked up shaniya taken out of the hotel room. >> that is a very good question, hannah. a lot of times investigators will hold back portions of surveillance tape, portions of photos hoping people will come forward so they can confirm information we have. only release a few snapshots of the child in mario mcneil's arms to be able to verify that, yes, this is shaniya, yes, this is mario mcneil. we are able to charge him and move forward. he is not convicted. he is charged with first degree kidnapping. what investigators know i can only assume from the video footage they saw on these surveillances her leaving probably alive. that is why investigators were able to tell everyone today we know when she left that hotel in north carolina that shaniya was alive. though they may hold those photos back for a reason, for the courtroom. >> it is so heartbreaking to see this little girl, the last photos in the surveillance shots, a sleepy eyed little 5-year-old clinging to the mario mcneil character. let's talk about him, mark. let's clarify for everybody, if he is the person who gave shaniya up to whoever bought her as a sex slave, that is kind of what we are looking at, is he an accomplice to murder? >> potentially. it hinges on what specific evidence they have. morally is one thing. i'm sure some of your viewers say hang them both. legally the burden is on the prosecution to show beyond a reasonable doubt there was sufficient evidence he played a role in the child's death. >> playing a role in getting shaniya to whoever did this to her. >> absolutely. if he knew that would lead to her demise. the mom gave me the child to hold temporarily and i gave her over to someone else, hey, i didn't know the child would be harmed. >> let's take a quick break. when we come back we will go to michelle and what we know about what went down. we will take your calls at 1-877-tell-hln. >> are there anymore juveniles inside the home? >> my son but he is here. >> your door was not unlocked? >> it was not unlocked. i'm hopes she didn't unlock it and walk out. >> that was antoinette davis, shaniya davis' mom. the 5-year-old was found dead, found on the side of the highway. we'll take your calls 1-877-tell-hln. let's bring back michelle sigona, our criminal defense attorney mike iglarsh. the 911 calls is a revelation, especially we know that mom is accused of selling shaniya for sex. mcneil charged with kidnapping. what else do we know? as far as a timeline as far as what happened to shaniya? >> what is interesting is now this 911 call came out, that trailer they lived in is very small. it is only 12 by 40. they had according to the manager of the sleepy hollow park, antoinette, her son, shaniya, her sisterened a boyfriend and her sister's son as well. if anyone were to get up in the middle of the night or anything for that matter, you would hear them. you would pass by someone. you would definitely see something. the fact that she calls in and allegedly hears nothing and all of a sudden her daughter is gone doesn't really add up. if you remember, barbara davenport put up four surveillance cameras throughout the sleepy hollow community. what barbara told me when she checked that surveillance she saw people come out of that trailer and look around as if they were looking for a child who had went missing. so these are very interesting developments. >> the timeline is not adding up. she put her down at 5:30 in the morning and is surveillance video at the hotel she is there at 6:00. it is an impossi
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Nov 16, 2009 5:00pm EST
being sarah palin. the ethics complaints and thirdly, her new political per sowna, she is now the most famous political woman in the world. now she beat hillary for it in the political press. she saw those and said, it's time to move on. one of the points i do make is i think the caller is right. there's a narrative that for many women, you have to trade off successful personal life for successful political success. she showed that was not the case. she was made fun of and ridiculed by the femanists. . . is from alaska. caller: first of all, i would like to say that sarah palin gave her reason for resigning, she owed $500,000 in legal fees for defending herself against so many ethics complaints, of which she was convicted, several of them, including taking money from the state for eating at her home, taking money for taking her family traveling around the her family traveling around the country, and several t she was not convicted of but there were still muddy waters when it was solved, at least in the eyes of many alaskans. host: what does all that mean to you, caller? caller: persona
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Nov 16, 2009 4:30am EST
. >>> abc obtained an advanced copy of sarah palin's new book. i'm viviana hurtado in washington with more coming up. >>> it is >>> it is a strong start to the week for overseas stock markets. tokyo's nikkei average rose 0.2% today. hong kong's hang seng is sharply higher. in london the ftse opened with solid gains. wall street starts the day with the dow at 10,270 after climbing nearly 250 points last week. the nasdaq gained 55 points to close at 2167. >>> general motors is taking a big step toward repaying taxpayers. gm is announcing it will return $1 billion per quarter until it pays back $6.7 billion of its bailout. that money was a loan that the company did not have to pay back until july 2015. this morning, gm will also report its first financial results since emerging from bankruptcy back in july. >>> citigroup continues to sell assets as it works to repay its bailout. it is selling a stake in a japanese call center operator for about $1 billion. citigroup has raised more than 10 billion by selling assets in japan alone this year. it received $45 billion in aid. >>> a new study find
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Nov 20, 2009 2:00pm EST
. >>> welcome back. this is sarah palin. a lot of news was made on that front. we'll get to the news during this show. >> on the front page this hour, president obama back home with a full agenda. >> that's right. you know, on nearly every front he has the sprint to the thanksgiving deadline. everybody that was on the trip, i mean, it was an eight-day trip to asia. the afghanistan troop strategy still hangs in the balance with the president promising a final decision in the coming weeks. >>> on capitol hill, it is do or die for the health care bill with some fears of a filibuster by republicans. a procedural vote is set for tomorrow night. nbc news kelly o'connell is on capitol hill with some late-breaking developments with some of the key figures in the debate. >>> we don't have the jet leg here, john and norah, but we have the health care leg of our own. there's a lot going on. it will be a busy weekend for a lot of you here. we have been waiting to get some indication from three moderate democrats who have been described as the holdouts in this process. they have reservations for
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Nov 20, 2009 11:00pm EST
the world? can sarah palin convince america she can lead the nation? tonight we will talk no spin policy with the governor. bill: you think obama is weak? do you think it's possible for victory in afghanistan? >> i do. it has to be. bill: are you comfortable with china owning a trillion dollars worth of u.s. currency? also, new information about the assassin hasan who killed 13 people at fort hood. geraldo has been investigating. >> you're hoarding gold in your basement is what you're doing? >> not in my basement. bill: glenn beck has financial advice for us. can't wait for that. caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. fact checking sarah palin is this evening's "talking points memo" and i'll keep it short because we have a major policy interview with sarah palin this evening. did you know the associated press, america's largest news wire service used 11 reporters to check the accuracy of sarah palin's new book "going rogue." 11. barac
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Nov 19, 2009 1:00pm EST
their own war within five years. >>> and here in ft. wayne, indiana more crowds today for sarah palin. one thing she doesn't to talk about is john mccain's strong defense last night of his former aide, whom palin, of course, targeted in her book. >> john mccain came out swinging tonight, saying that he agrees with this whole -- are you saddened by that? >> i have great respect for john mccain, but i'm thankful that i had the opportunity to write truth in the book. >> and we've just received the itinerary for the second part of her palin "going rogue" road show, and that will include a stop in ft. hood. and she says the proceeds from the book will go to victims. today, i'm andrea mitchell live in ft. wayne, indiana where sarah palin is signing books at myers' super store. we begin with the big story today, though in washington. congressional budget experts say the democrats' latest health care plan, the senate bill, will expand coverage to more people and will cost less and reduce the deficit. more than the house plan, in fact, that was issued a couple of weeks ago. today senate majority le
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